Most projectors need to be a long way from the screen to deliver massive pictures, but not this DLP model from Toshiba. It uses an ultra short-focus lens to generate a 2.5m (100in) image when placed just 1.3m from the screen
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Move the sofa aside because Toshiba's 52-inch DLP monster is the ultimate big screen budget TV. Winning the sheer acreage award for TVs for under the two grand mark, Toshiba's first DLP rear-projection TV is simply behemothic.
Although the Toshiba TDP-FF1 uses conventional DLP technology, the light source is unusual as the lamp is LED. From one point of view, this is a good thing as LEDs have a long life of more than 10,000 hours...
This neat and lightweight projector is a new entrant in the low cost DLP stakes. Although not quite the cheapest of its kind around, it is available quite deeply discounted from its nominal price
There is no doubting the provenance of this model, which proclaims 'data projector' in large type on the cover of the instruction manual. Indeed, the Toshiba is available in an alternative version, the TDP-SC25...
As the only truly 'HD Ready' projector in this group test, Toshiba's new MT700 gets a healthy head start over its rivals. But can it hold on to its lead to the finish?DescriptionIn spite of its essentially fat and plain rectangular shape, the MT700...
If you're not already considering a DLP for your next big-screen purchase, you should be. HCC has auditioned a number of models recently which have seriously impressed with both their picture quality and value.
Projectors meeting the stringent new industry 'HD Ready' criteria are few and far between this side of £3,000. Many manage some of the four key requirements: an HDCP-enabled HDMI/DVI jack...
Toshiba's latest is a true home cinema projector: a DLP design using the Texas Instruments 1,024 x 576 pixel optical chip. The MT500 is lightweight, but there's no carrying handle or internal speaker.